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Shocking Murder and Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Mioeking Murder and Suicide. Tiie Adolaido corrospondont of tho Herald/ wiring on Friday last, says : — / Miss Wildy, who was murdorod yestarday/ . was tlio companion. and sorvant of Mrs. Wollor, a widow. livmg.Mi a lonely part of Goodwood Park, on .tlio Glonolg railway lino. Tho othor . occupants '.'of tho houso woro Mrs. Wollor'a nppliow, a young man named Tabor, and hoi' fathor, a very old man namod Barkor. Mrs. ' Wollor and Tabor loft homo about 1 o'clock, leaving Barkor and a young earpontor named Charles Ilarvey, who 'was doing some work on tho promiso3. On Mrs. Woller's return at 4 o'clock sho found tho girl lying dertd on tho kitchen floor, with blood oozing front wounds oil hor hoad and nock. A pokor was lying noaiv stained with blood. Aftor a soareh, tho doad body of Ilarvoy was found in a woll in tho yard, with a bucket l-opo round his nock and two* bricks in tlio buokot to insuro its offoctual sink ing. Tho girl was 21 years old, and hor assassin just a yoar older, Tlio ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Wreck or the Steamer Tambaroora. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

[?] Tins Wreck of the Steamer Tan&Imrooru. A telegram from Brisbane, to tho S. M. Ilerahl On Thursday last, says : — Captain Cottier, of tlio Lady Bowon (s.)j arrived at ICoppol Bay to-day, and roports that tho Tambaroora is lying with hor hoad Wost by llorth, and lioavy list to starboard. Sho l « stranded on tho south- wost sido and noar tho contro of tho roof. Tho wator shoals nuicklv' from 11 to 4 fathoms a cablo's lougth from wroek, nnd at high Wator tho week had 10 foot forward^ and 18 loot alt. Tho wator flows in and. out at lii'h wator, and tho vossol was full in thaf' aftor-hold and ongino-room up to tho bulkhoad of tho foro-hold, which lias tt liit'g o quantity of wator in it. Tho locality and the? o'Stont of tho damago to tho vossol cannot bo ascertained with out tho assistance of a divor. Captaiii Cottioi' saved all tho cargo ho could, tho romaindor being nudor wator. ' Ho thinks it impossiblo to got tho' vossol off. Tho' dliiof mato and six mon remain at Masthoad...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Sydney Current Bffarliet Prices. ... Flour, ,£12 10s to;£13 10s per ton-; potatoes, £'?£ ? . iOs to £Ci10sjpor:tbn,i..inaizo-.2s.'4'd; to 2s 7(l'por;i' ' bosliol'; biltt'or, lOdto Is 3dporlb ;'''ehqosb,' 3d to1, - od por lb ; baoon,_r4d to 7d per' lb';' liidos, 2jd to od per Jb ; 'pigs,.'3 Jd'to 4^d por'lb ;' calves,- 10s 0d' to 25s each; fowls 3s (idto.Os Od'por pairjv-dnclas ; 0s Odto 0s Od por pair ;: tui-koys, 7s Od.to 8's f6d' ? por pair'; gceso, 7s', to- 8s- 0d- por pair; oggs, 0s1 ! 9d to 0s lOd per dozen. - .

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Tclcgrapliic Sistetli^ence. ( From Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 4 r.M. Tiie Govenifliont havo eallou for tehuors for tuo1 railway from Junco to Narindra' (Narrondora ?)' . Owing to tho action of Mr. Cameron, mombor' ? for Wost Sydnojv tho question! of construction1 of locomotivos in tlio colony is again undor con adoration. Tho Minister for Works has oponcd nosotiations -nith tho trlido. Tho result will bo' mado knowiishortly. Onbohalf of Mr. E. I£. Co», of Mudgoo, tho1' Gold Modal of tho Paris Exhibition for host . : wool, was yesterday prosouced to Mr.- Abston (?)',? wool brokor, by Mr. Edward Combs (?). A patient in the' Sydnoy Infirmary died yos torday undor the' influonco of chloroforni1. Sis? medical mon woro prosont. Bonuses in connoction -nitli insurors in tho1 Australian Mutual Pi-ovidortt Society will notbo-'^. 5 payablo for about thrco months. '_-* t*' Tho withdrawal of Roman Ciilholy, *g^iidrnnA ',liibm'8SvSnKbn'!P(3-B'd!^o3s in tho city and)' sub...

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Death of a Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

v IPcafii -of d IJiasliraiag-er. j 'G'lrsy Smith' (sa3*s tho Molbourno ' Ai-giia'), whose name is associated with some of tho j most daring- bushrangers in the eai-ly days of the ^gold-iields, died , in tho Molhonrno hospital last week. ? According to tho prison records lie was transported from England whon a more youth to Van Dienian's laud. Boing a rofractory convict he was subse quently sent to Port Arthur, whoro tlio worst class of criminals wore - confined. In tho yoar 1853 ho with six othors escaped in a whaling boat, and after a porilous voyago, landed at Brighton. Being an absconder, he said it would bo useloss to go to tho dig gings, as lie would soou bo discovered, and at onco decided on ft course of bushranging In these days tho assistance rendered by the police for the secuuty^bf life and in-operty, wns but limited, which' encouraged desperate criminals to commit acts which liavo fur nished a long catalogue of crimes ill tho early days of tlio gold-fields aud subsequent ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Latest about Frank Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

TJie latest about Frank ? Grardiiier. ?; i Utah, Juno 4.- — Intense excitement was occasioned in tho city yesterday by tho tidings i that a party of 43 immigrants from tlie i East, and bound 'hither, wore coralled tho day previous in Tiahoo .Pass, by a baiid of mounted desperadoes',, armed to tho teeth, and robbed of what coin and jewellery they possessed, together with a quantity of pro visions. Tho train, consisting of four covered waggons, and seven pack-mules, had just entered the- canyon, and somo adjust ment of the freight was- being made prepara tory to ascending to the intricate road which skirts the precipice known as Eaglo Palls, when tho marauders (12 in numbor) sud denly surrounded the caravan, and presenting thoir revolvers at tho pilgrim group, domandod a surrendor of all tho coin at tho I command of tho train. , Tho immigrants being almost unarmed, and surprised as thoy wero in so sudden a manner, their only alternative was submission to tho tender mercies of the free...

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Paddy's Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

l»addy's Market. . ? ? Paddy's Market presents groat : arterios through which tho multitude flow up and downright and left in thousands on. either side. Hundreds of stalls groaning with vegetables, mutton, boof, bacon, ham, clioeso, fowls, eggs, butter, indian pickles. Chinese preserves, lollies, oranges, pumpkins,' knick knacks and gim cracks of, every' ordor. Garrotters, prigs, strumpets, 'jailpluclcod birds,' and tho most respectable of tho work ing classes of tho city clerics, carpenters, plasterers, waggoners, navvies, artizans. shopmen, steady, respectable, industrious, j thoughtful, god-fearing people, — all bout on : a purpose. Some aro tlioro for what they can steal, others (tho inost part) for what they can buy at 25 per cent, cheaper than elsewhero. This groat market 011 a Satur day night affords plenty of room for tlio study of character. Cingalese, Malay,1 Kanaka, Mongolian, American, with ap proved twang; Hibernian, 'Welsh, Scotch, I English, Dutch, Sclavonic, lind fil...

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The "Herald" on the Catholic Bishops' Pastoral Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

Tlic ' Herald' 011 the Catholic Bishops? Pastoral letter. Tne following: is ono of the ' S. M. Herald's' sub-leaders on the subject of the Catholic Bishops' Pastoral Letter : — In his remarks delivered at St. Mary's, last Sunday, tlio 27th ultimo, Archbishop Vaughan stated liis conviction that there woro in this community a largo number of persons not Catholics, who, if they saw that tlio Catholics wore being persecuted and trampled upon, would stand by them, and do their utmost to get them justice, fair play, and an equal mode of living with their fellow-colonists. Wo believe that conviction to be thoroughly woll based. The spirit of justice and fair play is the dominant feeling ; a poorer spirit may exist, but it cannot triumpli. Put justice and injustice to the vote, and justice will win the day. Not only so, but there is a larger number in this com munity who either themselves havo fought in the battle for Catholic emancipation or are the heirs of thoso who have, and who. havo a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 12. (From the Government Gazette, July 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

? MESCEI.I.AISEWUS. ? : ? 4 ? Unclaimed Letters. List No. 12. C From the Government Gazette, July lb.) Paiities applying for unclaimed lottors at tho Gonoral Post Office aro requested to give' the correct numbor of lottor, with tho date and .nam- j ber of tho list in which they may havo observe^ thoir names, as such roferonce will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in tho country mak ing written applications, in addition to the: ter mor particulars, aro requested to state whore thoy expect their lottors from, and any other informa tion tending to prevent an unnecessary trims mission of letters. SHIP LEITBRS, 45 Colquhoun 'Wm., Kangaroo Valley ? 87 Martin 'Win., Kiama 24 Bigby Thos., Kangaroo Valley COUNTRY LETTERS. 50 Anderson — , Kangaroo Valley 43 Barnes 'W, Kangaroo Valley ; 268 Brown J. 0. H. Kangaroo Valley 50 Fitzgerald J110., Kangaroo Valley I 75 Glanvillo Miss Annie, Burrawong; 95 Harrison 'W. S., Jamboroo, (3-) 53 Johnson '\V., Kangaroo Ground 103 Kins Mr., Shoalhaven ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Held Over. — Yalwal Letter, ourLoador, and other local intolligenco, which will appear in our noxt. TnE Weather.— During tho last thrco or four days the weather has been unsottlod, and though'but little rain has fallen, tho sun has not shown his face much during that period. Musical Entertainment. — Wo would direct tho attontion of our readers to Mr. Carter's 2-ro- grammo of his concert, which takes place on ? Saturday weok. It contains many goms of song, and no doubt will be a treat to thoso who may avail themsolves of it. Shoalhaven A. and H. Association. — Wo aro informed by Mi-. David Hyam, hiinsoif a, member of it, that a meeting of tho Committoo of the abovo Association was hold on Tuesday last ; but having no previous intimation on tho subject, we aro unable to say what took placo at tho mooting. Obituary.— A telegram to tho S. M. Herald states that Judge Bindon, of Victoria, died last woek, and that his funeral on Saturday last was largoly attonded. Sir C...

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Original Contribution. Commission Agency. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

Original Contribution. j Commission Agency. [By Albion.] No. IV. I havo, in previous chapters, shown both sides of tho picture — tho people who endeavour (and that successfully) to produce a first- class qualitj of butter, and placo it in tho market in a prosentablo manner, and thoso who, by a system of carlossness and utter disregard to either quality or appearance, placo it in the market altogether in an unslightly condition. Tho thesis of a olovor salesman aro ' attractive ness,' 'showiness,' ' arrostivonoss,' or in other words, givo an article a good sprightly appearance, and one half tho sale is effected. Knowing that a largo portion oi our butter ? makors do not pay that attention to tho clean liness that they ought, 'evidenced by tho fact fyhat, frequently kogs aro sont on to Sydnoy full of butter, the bottoms of which havo not been cleaned sufficiently to obliterate tho marks of tho previous weighings; knowing also that in many casos kegs have a portion of tho chino broken o...

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The Pastoral better. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

The Pastoral Jkctter. In referring to this subject in last issuo wo woro in error in stating that the lottor of tho Arch bishop does not require tho withdrawal of Eoman Catholic children whero thoro oxists no Catholic schools. Tho paragraph in question was written on information published beforo tho issuo of tho Pastoral Lottor, honco tho orror. Wo l-ogrot that through press of local' matter, wo aro unablo to roprint tho Pastoral Lottor, togetlior with tho opinions of tho Press pro. and con. In this issue wo givo' tho opinion of ono of tho loading secular journals of Sydnoy, and in noxt, per contra,, tho opinion of ono of the Catholic organs may bo read. In regard to tho duty of Catholic parents in the matter of educa tion, according to tho Bishops' lottor, wo roprint horo several clauses on tho subject, in ordor to mako our l-oadors cloar on that pojnt. Clauso I rofors to tho duty of paronts to thoir childfen bo foro school ago. Tho remaining clauses aro as follows : — ' n. — Secon...

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POETRY. Reflections on a Leaf. "Leaves have their time to full." —MRS. HEMANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

JP O IE T re IT. Reflections on a Leaf. - ' Leaves havo tlioir timo to fall.' — Mrs. Hemans. How silent tho loaf falls, So withor'd, so rod, In tbo forest's baro halls, What loveliness, — (load. Liko a pall thoy onsliroud With sad aspoct tho scono, And all nature soems bowed . In deop mourning, I ween. Savo -when tho ?wind whistles Budo, harshly, and keen; . .. Thon forest king bristles\ - '? \ With dark angry mion.\ » ' ,,A Yes, bristlos with passion,* ? As tho soarodloavos aro cast Eogardless o£ fashion, Tho wild sport of tho blast. Tho wayward leaf so frco Tho dallying wind doth fling 'With a roundolay gloo, Liko somo uncared-for thing, As high thoy ily, — thon vaulting low, Tho swooping blast doth hurl thom round ; How liko life's shuttlo on thoy go, Their scraggy shreds thon kiss the ground. And frail vanity thoro I soo, So palely rod, — yot jocund froo ; Ab danomg round each forost tree, To naturo's untaught minstrelsy ; As zephyr's soft, and zephyr's strong, In proludo gusts ...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, Tuesday, August 5. (Before their Worships John Monaghan, H. G. Morton, and B. Brown, Esqs.) DISOBEYING SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

Shoalhavea. Police Court. Nowiuv, Tuesday, August 5. (Boforo thoir Worships Jolui Monaghan, H. G. Morton, and B. Brown, Esqs.) DISOBEYING SUMMONS. ? Benjamin Bagloy, John Collins, and Thomas Greer, appeared in answer to a chargo of having failed to appoar at Com-t on the 29th ultimo. Bagloy said ho had boon advisod not to como by other persons, and was fined 5s ; in default, 24 honrs' m tho lock-up. ' Fine not paid. The other two defendants said thoy had been' absent from tho district - at Sydney ; . was detained unavoidably, through the steamer ' Our Own,' by which they woro coming back, having to return to Sydnoy tlu-ough bad woathor. Ordered to pay 2s Od, biong tlio cost of tho warrants. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Benjamin Bagloy, in default of payment of a fine of 10s, for making use of obscouo lanuguugo at Terrara on tho 14th ultimo, was incarcerated for 48 hours in tho lock-up. . ! John Collins pleaded guilty to a similar chargo committed at tho samo placo on tho 12th July ; and in def...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

^LI^Nos. AVI EE NAILS, 3d poi /t/fliist Ofiico Store, (: Nowra. F4D18, SASiJE, A BOUT TEN (10) TONS jrt' EIEST-CLASS JOL' . NEBBIGA . SEliW /'^ATOES. Eor Prico, &c., apply to Mlt.- .KlMgfolONAGIT AN, Greonhills, Khoalhavont / * I-MAIIK PUBOY. July 30, 1879. * Wesleya«i (Clmrcli Anaiiversary. V A ? PUBLIC TEA-MEETING will bo hold at ±\. TEIt.I!. AltA on/~\/l'!DNESI)A Y, tho 27th August; TEA ou/tl/oJWjles at 5 o'clock. Tickets, 2s. Aftor M, a PUBLIC MEETING will bo hold. Tho/ ltovs. Grant, Caldwoll, Hargravo, and Corner aro expected to be prosont. Eu'.'tbor annoiiucomonts in tho i'uturo. M.iitiici|ial IDiatriAt of SSr»ii^iit»u 4 Creek anil Runiaderry. TENDERS will bo rc/eived by this Council ; tilbSATURDAY, Iho lGth of August, at NOON, for tho Mlowini AVirflcs : — To atuinp, clooi', /burn iff, foul form tho road ? loading to Purest Iiidgil. l^our Contracts. No. 1 commCiicos fiom fflio Main road. Spoa' fications for tho libovo may bo soon at tlio Council Cliainbors, Bilnighton ...

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Shoalhaven A. and H. Society's Ploughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

Shoalliaveu A. and M. Society's 1 I'loiigliing Match. A ploughing match, under tho auspicos of tho Agricultural arid Horticultural Association of Shoalhavon, camo olf at Mr. Bobort Jjoslie's paddock, Pyroo, Shoalhavon, on Tlnu-sday last, tlio 31st ultimo. During tho foro part of tho day, tho weather was wot, to such an oxtput that it threatened to mar tho succoss of tlio iinatch, out about noon tlio sun sliono out, and tlio remainder of tho day wns most agreoablo. Con sidering that tho points or competition in a match at ploughing are not apparent to tlio uninitiated, and that tho result is not !known' beforo oach competitor has complotod his portion, tho amount of interest takon in tho contest, as roprosontod by tho number prosont, is highly creditablo to tho district. Thoro must havo beon botwoon 100 and 200 porsons prosont, including somo of tho loading iiirniors of , tho ICiama dis-r; triot, as woll as somo oi its ''crook' jilough' rnoii. ' M ' . Tlio jiaddock ohoson wns a pioco...

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LONDON. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

LONDON* August 4. Iu tho House of Lords a. motion -was passed, convoying thanks to tho- Yicoroy of India, and to tho officers and troops, for thoir conduct in tho Afghan 'War. . A similar motion wns agreed to in tlio House of Commons. : ; A special grant of £3,000,000, domaudod by tho Government in connection witli tho Zulu War, was also agroed to.

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

' Central Shoalhaven ffiuiiicipa] ? Council. ' Terrara, Tuesday, July 29'. TnE Council met at 3.30 p.m. Prosont — Tho Mayor (W. Lovogrove, Esq.), Aldoi-mon Mona gh'an, M'Lean, Hyain, and Lamond. , : Minutes of previous mooting road aud adopted. , . correspondence. \ ; Outwards.— 1. To the Council Giork. Nowra. .stating that Alderman J110. Monaghan had boon appointed to accompany tho deputation from ? Nowra Council on tho subjoct of Groonwoll Point whai-i. 2. To tho Colonial Secretary, on' the subjoct of tho Boundary road. 3. To tho Minister for Minos, applying for a sum of monoy to repair Worragoe causoway. ' Inwards. — From tho Colonial Socrotary's Oflico, intimating that tho lottor on tho subject of tho boundary road was roforrctt to tho Minis ter for Works for his consideration. 2. From .tho same offlcor, intimating that tlio- By-laws of tho Coancil wore duly passed and Gazetted, with tho oxcoption of No. 54, -which provided that 'tho costs of suit shall follow the suit unless th...

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Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

Sydney Current Market Prices. ? ?Hour, £12 10s to £13 10s .por ton; potatoes, £?! 0s to £G 7s por ton ; maize, 2s Gd to 2s Sd por bushol ; butter, 12d to Is .'Jdpor lb ; cliooso, 3d to Oil per. lb ; bacon, 4d to 7d por lb*; hides, 2Jd to 3d por lb ; pigs, 3d to 'id.por lb ; calvos, Gs Od to 30s oach; fowls 4s Od to OsOdpor pair; ducks, os Od to Gs Od per pair ; turkoys, 7s Od to 15s Od .por pair; goo'so, ,8s to :0s Od per' pair ; eggs', Is to Is 4d per dozen. ? . .

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 7 August 1879

Shonlliaven Shipping Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. July 30. — Mary Ann (ketch), from Sydnoy ; Promiso (kctoli), from Sydnoy; Hunter (s.), from Sydney ; Kiama (s.), from Wollongong. „ 31. — Tomas (ketehl, from Sydnoy. August 2. — IUawarra (s.), from Sydnoy; Henrietta, (schoonor), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. July 31. — Hunter (s,)- for Sydney; Kiama (s.), for Sydnoy ; Broughton (s.), for Sydnoy. August 1. — Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 4. — Hlawarra (s.), for Sydnoy.

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